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Tigers still struggling in passing game
Bradwell Institutes Christian Evans carries an entire load of Cavalier defenders on his back as he pushes forward for positive gain. The sophomore rushed for 17 yards on four carries. - photo by Patty Leon

Bradwell Institute quarterbacks Duane Johnson and Stephen Felton combined to go 0 for 2 in passing during last Friday’s 28-21 loss at Calvary Day in Savannah. But what the Tigers lacked in passing, they made up for by pounding the ball, rushing for 201 yards.
Much like their first game against Liberty County, the Tigers were led by juniors Trevon McCoy and Luther Echols. McCoy finished with 84 yards on five carries, including a 67-yard touchdown run on the first offensive drive of the game.
Echols had 60 yards on 12 carries. Third on the rushing list was Isiah Barnes, a linebacker who moved to the offensive side of the ball and ran for 46 yards and a touchdown on eight. Sophomore Christian Evans rushed for 17 yards on four carries.
Defensively, Barnes led the team in tackles with 13. Shaun Maschino had nine, Stephon Green seven and C.J. Etse had six.
Felton had a 28-yard interception return for a touchdown. Etse also caused a fumble.
Tiger kicker Keith Thomas had four kickoffs for 185 yards, while punter Evan Crystal had three punts for 113 yards and two touchbacks. Jeff Andrew was 3 for 3 in extra points.

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